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Sad News for The RRHS Community

AB ColemanIt is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we announce the passing of a valued and kind hearted member of our Board of Directors, Mr. Andrew Coleman.  Mr. Coleman served on our board since 2002.  He was also a respected community leader as Manager and Owner of A.B. Coleman Mortuary, Inc.  As a mortician, he was known as being very compassionate and full of sound spiritual support for all those he helped during difficult times.

Mr. Coleman, was also a proud representative for RRHS. He attended numerous RRHS functions throughout the years, getting to know staff personally in various capacities, and he always spoke highly about the staff and quality of services provided here at our agency.  He had a true “heart” for who we are and what we do! 

I would like to personally acknowledge that Mr. Coleman will be greatly missed by both our staff and the Board of Directors, for the time and service he gave.  His sweet spirit will definitely be missed.

Funeral arrangements for Mr. Coleman are as follows:


Wednesday, June 29th
A.B. Coleman Mortuary
5660 Moncrief Road
Jacksonville, FL  32209
 3:00pm – 8:00pm

Funeral Service:

Thursday, June 30th
Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church
1118 W. Beaver Street
Jacksonville, FL  32204




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